Hello! I am starting to think about a new saw, and would like to hear from some more experienced folks on the subject. I want a quality saw, with sound components that will give me many years of faithful service. I don't cut that much, the most it would probably see is 5 cords a year, but I would like it to zip through that 5 cords, so my wife doesn't leave me for a man with a faster saw, and consequently more time to cuddle. I went to find an air filter for my Husqvarna 235 (I know), and it turned into a 45 minute conversation at the saw shop. I walked out of there feeling like I wanted a fuel injected saw from the lower end of the commercial line. I believe the specific model was a 562xp, though I am not sure. I am not opposed to Stihl either, I have a TS420 cutoff saw for my masonry work, and it serves me very well. I am willing to spend $500-$700. I know this is a difficult question to ask, as I am sure there will be as many different responses as there will be responders. I am just hoping to find an average sentiment on the subject. Thank you. .